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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/latest-news/video-yorkshire-ex-miners-burn-thatcher-effigy-in-goldthorpe-1-5588970

she/it killed our country, sold us out and destroyed many communities smiley - sadfacesmiley - sadface


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

And it looks as though Brexit is going to kill the remaining ones.

But the British are resilient.


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Caiman raptor elk - Yes, but what if the box is REALLY big?

Yes, but so are rubber balls…

Although I have trouble being friends with rubber balls. (They can knock you in the eye unexpectedly. Come to think of it, some British might do that too, so forget I came up with that comparison)


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

smiley - laughI couldn't care less as such smiley - whistle
smiley - winkeye

I'm not Englishman, I'm not British, I'll NEVER be a European smiley - smiley

I'm a Yorkshiremansmiley - smiley I want "my" county to become a independent Republicsmiley - laugh


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

Be careful what you wish for. If Yorkshire became an independent country, you'd have to choose a form of government -- monarchy, democracy, fascist state, etc? If a monarchy, would the monarch be absolute or limited by parliamentary control?

Why not just have a pretend independent country? Find an entertaining "leader" and have parades and coronations and other spectacles, while benefiting from the services that the U.K. gives you? Changing things takes a *lot* of work. I take it that lifting a finger takes an effort for you, so how would you lift all the fingers of all the hands you have? smiley - huh


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

smiley - winkeyesmiley - winkeyenot with me leading the first "government" smiley - whistle

America and maybe other countries ? have the Oath of Allegiance said in schools etc.
We smiley - ermdon't have anything like - the only time you "see" support etc for this country is when certain folk smiley - winkeye put flags out on houses/cars etc for football/rugby world cups - loyalty here is a joke!


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

How close are you to Wales?


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

http://ontheworldmap.com/uk/
I'm 8 mile away from Wakefield smiley - smiley


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

So, there's a train station in Wakefield, where you can board a train for Wales?


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

"train station in Wakefield" Yep! But where you can to from there smiley - laughwho knows ? never used itsmiley - biggrin


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

From that Wakefield station it's about a three hour train ride to Wales.
It's about 78 miles from Wakefield Sation to Liverpool.

It's another 30 miles from Liverpool to Flintshire, Wales.


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

smiley - winkeyewho needs to go to either place smiley - whistlesmiley - laugh
if I go out of Yorkshiresmiley - biggrinI go as a missionary, to teach the true faith (modestsmiley - laugh)


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

And people from Wales probably travel to Liverpool so they can teach *you* the true faith, according to them.

Trust me, neither of us needs to be a missionary. All we need to do is lead by example. smiley - zen?


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

"Liverpool so they can teach *you*"

smiley - rofl That's on t'other side of the Pennines to me smiley - biggrin

smiley - winkeyeMy philosophy is:- If you ain't born Yorkshire, your a foreigner smiley - laughsaves a lot of time smiley - winkeyesmiley - whistle


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

Foreigners are exotic and fascinating. The nice thing about having them around is so that you can attribute all sorts of great qualities to them, or all sorts of bad qualities if you wish, and in neither case will you need to get to really understand them. smiley - blush
After all, they will someday go back to their foreign homes.


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Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

smiley - smileyone of my "many" philosophies is:- everyone is my friend, until they prove differentsmiley - smiley


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paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

I think the Trumpster has proven otherwise a very long time ago. Wait, he was *never* my friend. smiley - doh


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